The pair, who met 30 years ago while working in a Tuscan restaurant, will serve a menu similar to Cibo e Beve’s, but “much larger,” and will add lunch service, which Cibo e Beve does not offer. Look for popular items from the Cibo e Beve menu, as well as dishes unique to Toscano. Lunch dishes will likely include panini, piadina (a griddled flatbread sandwich) and salads.
Toscano’s full bar will offer craft cocktails with a focus on classic Italian sippers, including negronis and aperol spritzes, as well as an extensive list of wines and Italian liqueurs. A coffee menu will also be available.